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"An act in relation to Roman Catholic Religious Corporations."

On motion of Mr. Records, the bill just reported was taken up for consideration,

And, on his further motion, was read a third time, by paragraphs, in order to pass the Senate.

On the question, “Shall this bill pass the Senate?”'
The
yeas

and nays were ordered, which, being taken, were as follows:

Yeas-Messrs. Lacey, Pilling, Pyle, Records, Watson, Williams and Mr. Speaker-7.

Nays—None.

So the question was decided in the affirmative, and the bill, having received the required constitutional majority,

Passed the Senate.

Ordered to the House for concurrence.

Mr. Lacey, from the Committee on Enrolled Bills, reported as duly and correctly enrolled, the same having been signed by the Speaker of the House, and now ready for the signature of the Speaker of the Senate, sundry bills entitled as follows, viz:

The bill (H. B. No. 71) entitled

"An act divorcing Florence A. Passwaters and her husband, Robert Passwaters, from the bonds of matrimony;"

The bill (H. B. No. 144) entitled

“An act to divorce Joseph R. Jefferis and Rose Jefferis from the bonds of matrimony;"

The bill (H. B. No. 138) entitled

"An act to divorce Lizzie Dill from her husband, Henry F. Dill;"

And presented the same for the signature of the Speaker.

Mr. Records, from the Committee on Divorce, reported back, without recommendation, the bill (H. B. No. 126) entitled

“An act to divorce Waitman Hopkins from his wife, Susan Hopkins.

On motion of Mr. Lacey, the bill just reported was taken up for consideration,

And, on his further motion, was read a third time, by paragraphs, in order to pass the Senate.

On the question, “Shall this bill pass the Senate ?"

It was decided in the negative, and the bill, having failed to receive the required majority, Was

Lost. Ordered that the House be informed thereof and the bill returned to that body.

Mr. Records, from the Committee on Divorce, reported back, with favorable recommendation, the bill (H. B. No. 119) entitled

"An act to divorce Charles W. Goodall from his wife, Fannie L. Goodall."

On motion of Mr. Lacey, the bill just reported was taken up for consideration,

And, on his further motion, was read a third time, by paragraphs, in order to pass the Senate.

On the question, “Shall this bill pass the Senate?''

It was decided in the affirmative, and the bill, having received the required majority,

Passed the Senate. Ordered that the House be informed thereof and the bill returned to that body.

Mr. Records, from the Committee on Divorce, reported back, with favorable recommendation, the bill (H. B. No. 44) entitled

"An act divorcing William C. Pleasanton and his wife, Amey F. Pleasanton, from the bonds of matrimony."

On motion of Mr. McMullin, the bill just reported was taken up for consideration,

And, on his further motion, was read a third time, by paragraphs, in order to pass the Senate.

On the question, “Shall this bill pass the Senate ?"

It was decided in the affirmative, and the bill, having received the required majority,

Passed the Senate. Ordered that the House be informed thereof and the bill returned to that body.

On motion of Mr. Records, the bill (S. B. No. 35) entitled "An act to incorporate the town of Millsboro," Was taken up for consideration,

And further, on his motion, the House amendment was read, as follows:

Amend Section 9 in line 41 by striking out the words "and oftener.”

Extract from Journal.
For concurrence.

HOUSE OF REPRESENTATIVES,

March 9, 1893 John H. LAYTON,

Clerk of the House.

And, on the further motion of Mr. Records,
The amendment was

Concurred in.

Ordered that the House be informed thereof.

On motion, the Senate adjourned.

FRIDAY, March 10, 1893-11 o'clock, a. m.

Senate met pursuant to adjournment.

The Speaker being absent because of indisposition, the Clerk called the Senate to order.

On motion of Mr. Williams, Mr. Records was called to the chair as Speaker pro tempore.

Prayer by the Chaplain.

Roll called-Members present-Messrs. Lacey, McMullin, Pilling. Pyle, Records, Ross, Watson and Williams.

Journal read and approved.

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Mr. Watson, from the Committee on Corporations, reported back, with favorable recommendation, the bill (S. B. No. 71) entitled

"An act to incorporate the Delaware Publishing Company."

On motion of Mr. Pyle, the bill just reported was taken up for consideration,

And, on his further motion, was read a third time, by paragraphs, in order to pass the Senate.

On the question, “Shall this bill pass the Senate ?"

The yeas and nays were ordered, which, being taken, were as follows:

Yeas-Messrs. Lacey, McMullin, Pilling, Pyle, Ross, Watson and Williams-7.

Nays—None.

So the question was decided in the affirmative, and the bill, having received the required constitutional majority,

Passed the Senate. Ordered to the House for concurrence.

Mr. Watson, from the Committee on Elections, reported back, with favorable recommendation, the bill (H. B. No. 204) entitled

"An act to change the names of the election districts of Pencader hundred, New Castle county.”

On motion of Mr. Pyle, the bill just reported was taken up for consideration,

And, on his further motion, was read a third time, by paragraphs, in order to pass the Senate.

On the question, “Shall this bill pass the Senate ?"

It was decided in the affirmative, and the bill, having received the required majority,

Passed the Senate. Ordered that the House be informed thereof and the bill returned to that body.

Mr. Layton, Clerk of the House, being admitted, informed the Senate that the House had passed and requested the concurrence of the Senate in sundry House bills entitled as follows, viz:

"An act to amend Chapter 94, Volume 14, Laws of Delaware, as printed in Chapter 3 of the Revised Code,

"An act in relation to the estate of aliens and to complete their title to the same,”

“An act to lay out a new public road in Cedar Creek hundred, Sussex county,

"An act to prevent wife beating,”

An act prescribing the next general election as the proper occasion for ascertaining the sense of the people in respect to calling a convention to revise, alter and amend the constitution,"

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